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Poly(ethylene Glycol) And Co-polymer Based-Hydrogels For Craniofacial Bone Tissue Engineering

Arbi M. Aghali
Published 2017 · Materials Science

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Metallic implant materials are widely used for clinical applications but still could not achieve satisfactory functionalities for specific biomedical applications. Surface functionalizations are of particular interest to improve their surface bioactivity and provide other biofunctionalities for biomedical applications. Because of the excellent biological functions of calcium phosphate ceramics (CaPs), CaP coatings have been proposed and developed onto the surface of metallic implants to achieve improved osteointegration, corrosion resistance and antibacterial properties. This review firstly introduces the metallic biomaterials, important surface properties, and then elaborates the surface functionalization with CaP coatings for metallic biomaterials.
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